Dr Nicoló Giudice

Nicoló Giudice is a photographer, writer and lecturer. After studying modern literature in France (BA and MA), he received his PhD from Goldsmiths, University of London. Between 2004 and 2009 he worked for Magnum Photos and Jim Goldberg on projects such as Open See (2009), Access to Life (2009) and Documenting Disposable People (2008). His own photographic work consists of long-term projects about contemporary forms of alienation and the process of imprinting from social, psychological and environmental points of view. A selection of his work has been exhibited and published in England, Italy and France. His research interests focus on the history of photography and its relationships with literature, cinema and the fine arts, in particular in the context of photobooks.

Employment history

Photographer assistant (2004-2009)
University Lecturer (2010-to the present)


2014-2016 MA in Visual Communication, Royal College of Art
2010-2013 BA Hons in Visual Communication, Illustration Birmingham Institute Of Art and Design (First class honour degree)
2004–2008 Certificate media art and communications Kunstschule Wandsbek Hamburg (First class honour degree)

Responsibilities at UOB

Course leader of BA (Hons) Photography

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